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#13744154 - 04/15/19 Re: New to me Ruger No3 [Re: Northern_Jim]  
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I've used a peep mounted in the dovetail on a Browning Low Wall .44 and a TC Renegade. Better than open sight for me, but not real fast. I used the Williams WGOS with peep. The Skinner blade helps with the sight picture,


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#13744222 - 04/15/19 Re: New to me Ruger No3 [Re: Northern_Jim]  
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Jim,

You might try one of these to see if they work for you, cheaper than a Skinner. I have no connection other than having tried one, it was an improvement for me, though not a huge one. YMMV of course.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ruger-10-22-or-96-Rear-Aperture-1-8-Peep-Sight-Blade-New-Also-Fits-Lyman/202366339079?hash=item2f1df94807:g:Zf0AAOSw4GFbRV6T&redirect=mobile


"Jimmy, some of it's magic,
Some of it's tragic,
But I had a good life all the way."
(Jimmy Buffet)

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#13750159 - 04/17/19 Re: New to me Ruger No3 [Re: Northern_Jim]  
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Thanks everyone for the suggestions, I may just see how the full buckhorn works if used similar to a peep?

#13753232 - 04/18/19 Re: New to me Ruger No3 [Re: Northern_Jim]  
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Once upon a time I owned a #3 in .375 Win. Very accurate was a maximum load under a 220 grain bullet. With the curved butt plate and no recoil pad it kicked like a mule! Because of the way the butt plate was inlet into the top of the stock and the curve in the butt it was not practical to install a good recoil pad so it went down the road. I often thought that rifle in a small caliber would be a great one to tote around in the woods. I never tried to find one, however.

Jim

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